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  • Get 2016 off to a good start

    Looking for inexpensive gifts this January? Here are some great gift ideas that will make a difference to your friends or loved ones, while helping people in need. Until 5 February, your gift is worth twice as much, as the UK Government will double the value of any gifts you buy from Present Aid. So, get 2016 off to a new start today!

  • Many families in Bangladesh can't afford to send their children to school even though their children desperately want to go. For just £9, you could give one of them the textbooks, stationery and school essentials they need to study.

  • A floating garden can withstand the frequent floods in Bangladesh, protecting a family’s harvest so they can continue to earn a living, and send their children to school.

  • The ever-popular nanny goat could help provide poor families with nourishing milk to drink and sell, earning them a vital income.

  • You could help provide enough food for a month for a displaced family forced to flee their home in Myanmar.

  • Just one sheep could help a woman in Ethiopia to earn enough money to join a savings group, helping to support the other women in her community too.

  • One of the simplest ways to prevent children from developing malaria is to ensure they sleep under an insecticide-treated mosquito net. Your gift could help train a community health worker to educate 30 school children on the importance of using a mosquito net by using play and educational games.

  • Your gift of mosquito nets could help buy five long-lasting, insecticide-treated nets to cover children and keep them safe from deadly mosquito bites as they sleep at night.

  • Your special gift is a ‘Mother and baby healthcare bundle’. In Nigeria, more than 250,000 children under the age of five died from malaria in 2013.

  • A locally sourced cow could provide a hard-working woman in the developing world with the security, income and respect she deserves.

  • These locally sourced young goats are given to the most vulnerable villagers.

  • You can help bring healthy babies into the world by helping mums and babies get the antenatal and postnatal care they need.

  • By helping to provide antenatal care and vaccinations for babies, you can save young children's lives.

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